Morning take: Ryan Tannehill's offense

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:

  • Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is embracing changes on offense, according to Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site.

Morning take: This is Tannehill’s first time learning a new offense at the NFL level. He played in former offensive coordinator Mike Sherman’s offense in Miami and in college.

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about the many Dolphins' foils over the years.

Morning take: Inconsistent coaching, inconsistent play and shaky decisions. The Dolphins have been marred by these three things for years and are trying to turn it around.

  • Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins’ small-school rookies must come up big.

Morning take: The Dolphins are banking on rookies such as Billy Turner and Walt Aikens to find immediate roles. These small-school rookies must prove that it doesn’t matter where you come from.

  • Greg Cote of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins and Hurricanes can make Miami a football town again.

Morning take: Miami historically is a football town. LeBron James' four-year run temporarily changed that, but those times now are gone.